Healthy Diets for Mixed Dyslipidemias


There are many factors that can raise cholesterol and triglyceride levels such as: genetic factors, alcoholism, sedentary lifestyle, liver disease, poor eating habits, obesity, etc. When cholesterol and triglycerides are not at the proper levels, that is, the levels of fat in the blood are not normal, the functioning of the body does not occur correctly, it is then called MIXED DYSLIPIDEMIA.

This means that when fats are deposited in the arteries, they decrease their inner diameter, causing a decrease in the supply of oxygen to vital organs, which favors the formation of clots and complete obstruction of the heart and brain arteries.